Dominion Lawsuit Filing Reveals Fox Stars Ridiculed Election Fraud Claims

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A legal filing in a Delaware court, as part of Dominion Voting Systems’ $1.6 billion lawsuit against Fox News, reveals top stars at the network mocked the big lies of election fraud being told by Trump’s legal team.

Fox hosts Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham, as well as others at the company, repeatedly insulted and mocked Trump advisers, including Sidney Powell and Rudy Giuliani, in text messages with each other in the weeks after the election.

Fox chairman Rupert Murdoch also was prepared to have Carlson, Hannity, and Ingraham appear together in prime time to declare Joe Biden as the rightful winner of the election.

Murdoch watched Giuliani and Powell on television and told Suzanne Scott, chief executive of Fox News Media, “Terrible stuff damaging everybody, I fear.”

But Fox News had been the first to declare Biden the winner of the Arizona election, with the implied projection that Trump would lose. Fox News’ ratings fell, and the network stars and executives were afraid of losing their audience, which started to defect to Newsmax and OAN.

In a November 12 text chain between Carlson, Ingraham, and Hannity, Tucker was distressed by a Fox reporter’s fact-check of a Trump tweet. Fox reporter Jacqui Heinrich stated there was no evidence of Dominion fraud.

“Please get her fired,” Tucker said. “It needs to stop immediately, like tonight. It’s measurably hurting the company. The stock price is down. Not a joke.” Heinrich had deleted her tweet by the next morning.

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